Manchester United star and supercar lover Cristiano Ronaldo may have to travel in less style than usual after it was suggested that his new boss Ralf Rangnick may look to implement a certain rule regarding cars at the club.
The head coach earned the nickname "The Professor" in Germany for his forward-thinking and unique methods of dealing with players and tactics.
One example of this can be found in the time when the ex-VfB Stuttgart boss worked at RB Leipzig, displaying just how strict he can be when it comes to which vehicles his players choose to drive, according to the Daily Mirror.
It is claimed that, in Leipzig, Rangnick demanded that the Bundesliga side's players use the cars provided for them by the club when making their way to and from the training ground and stadium, and leave their luxury rides at home.
With the Premier League giants 11 points behind log leaders Manchester City, the 63-year-old may decide to use some of the strict methods that helped him guide Leipzig to promotion at Old Trafford, with the Red Devils looking to climb the table after a slow start to the campaign under previous boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
However, this car rule is something that would take some getting used to for five-time Ballon d'Or winner Ronaldo, who is a big supercar collector – he has an extensive garage that houses some of the world's most expensive vehicles, and recently bought himself a special edition Bugatti Centodieci worth €10 million (R180 million), according to Marca.
It is further claimed that the new boss has already introduced a new fitness regimen at the club as he bids to get the best out of his players.
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